nice...pretty cool little twist of words...the fallen stars...yet much more beautifully put....nice to see you ma'am...smiles.
Your visual representation of the lines is fascinating.
This is a superb example of a poem for the firefly jar: beautiful words (thistle string - Oh my!), eloquent ideas, and a delicate balance of lines. I love the image of the stone among the lambs ears and impatiens. Thank you for sharing on Real Toads today.
Superb words !!!
The stone's poem is something all by itself, but the words you drew from it are even more ethereal and magical...this is one of the most 'firefly-like' of the examples I've read--just lovely and luminous. 'in our luxury' indeed.
I so love the stone in the photo, such lovely words.......and then the poem. Wonderful!
lovely, lovely, lovely.
Just the stone is a poem in itself but reading it in its entirety has a mythical tone to it. Beautiful
What a lovely poem...I do like falling from sky and thistle string ~
Wow, wow!! You gotta know how much I love this. The stone written beauty...I love the brevity and your expansion on it is gorgeous also...I'd love to see inside your mind. I enjoyed this very much!! :)
I also love the hard against the soft view!I love the wonder that you shared!It does have a tone of legend and mystic wisdom~ :D
We need a nudge now and then to appreciate the gift of sight and then wonder how what we can see can be described so beautifully.
Lovely......and the pic too.....just lovely....
I read yesterday, then marked this to come back. Who are we, indeed? This is a perfect rendition of "Judge not lest ye be judged."
What a wonderful idea to write poetry fragments on a few stones scattered about a flower garden. I will have to do that next year. Lovely.
Beautiful and so moving. Glad I stopped by.Melanie